Personal Style

Name: Isis-Rae Goulbourne

Age: 41

Occupation: Strategist | Founder | Community Builder

What does style mean to you and how would you describe your style?

My style is more than just clothing—it's an extension of who I am. It's a powerful way for me to communicate without words, allowing others to sense and understand me before I even introduce myself. I don't follow trends; instead, I dress in what makes me feel my best. It's my unique statement of individuality and a celebration of personal comfort and expression.

A fresh start to the year is a great way to focus on health. How do you incorporate a healthy lifestyle into your day-to-day routine? 

"Maintaining a healthy lifestyle in the midst of daily routines can be challenging. That's why I've adopted a 21-day reset practice, a habit I've put into practice since the birth of my first son, 13 years ago. This routine helps me recalibrate and refocus on wellness, providing a much-needed break to reset my body and mind.

Incorporating this reset into my routine, at least once or twice a year, has been my way of prioritizing my well-being amidst life's demands. It's not just about physical health; it's about recentering mentally and emotionally as well. This practice has become a cornerstone of how I manage to maintain a healthier lifestyle despite life's busyness.

Isis-Rae Goulbourne is the founder of The City Events Group she works daily to reshape the way we engage and connect within various cities, namely; Stamford. Her extensive tenure as the Head of Events and Community at The Stamford Partnership and her role as the Chief Marketing Officer at Realist Ventures' nonprofit division, Isis-Rae's relentless dedication revolves around fostering vibrant communities and establishing connections that pave the way for collective success.

“Health and wellness has always been a priority for us and that’s what led Whitney (my wife) and I to open CycleBar Stamford. I’m inspired every day by the impact we are making on our riders’ physical and mental well-being. Even more gratifying is seeing the friendships that have formed in our studio on and off the bike as we have built a powerful community.”

Brett Ehrlich, Owner, CycleBar Stamford

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